Thursday Night Football Same Game Parlay Week 10

Written by: Richard Janvrin
Updated November 10, 2022
3 min read
Best SGP Week 10 TNF

To kick off Week 10 of the NFL season, we have the Carolina Panthers hosting the Atlanta Falcons. These two teams met back in Week 8 and combined for 71 points. 

Here, we’re building a three-leg Same Game Parlay with +625 odds. 

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Carolina Panthers vs. Atlanta Falcons: +625

Falcons -2.5 (-120)

The line for this game is at -3, but with the Same Game Parlay, we’re under the three points to -2.5. The Panthers are coming off a disaster of a game, with Baker Mayfield replacing P.J. Walker after halftime. 

Walker had three completions, and the Panthers allowed five total touchdowns to Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon. 

The Falcons lost on a field goal as their game concluded, losing 20-17 to the Los Angeles Chargers.

Unlike last game, the Falcons will have Cordarrelle Patterson back, who will help this run offense that runs the ball on 53% of their plays. 

The Falcons have a decent pass rush but also have cornerback Darren Hall on the outside, who should do well against either D.J. Moore or Terrace Marshall.

On a short week, these teams may look to just run the ball more and keep the game plan simple. 

The Falcons are the better team overall, and the Panthers are coming off a deflating performance. 

Marcus Mariota Any Time TD (+250)

Patterson getting back in the lineup should help further unlock this run-heavy offense. 

He had 13 carries for 44 yards and scored two touchdowns. This made him even more of a threat in this offense, which could help unlock Mariota’s rushing touchdown production. 

Head coach Arthur Smith established Patterson as a threat so they could look to use more fakes and bootleg rollouts with Mariota. 

He had over 40 rushing yards in their last outing, and this time around, he’ll find the endzone. 

P.J. Walker 175+ Passing Yards (-145)

There’s no way around it—Walker was atrocious against the Bengals on the road. He completed just three of 10 passes for nine yards and two interceptions. He had another throw that could’ve been a turnover, too. 

In the two games before that, Walker threw for over 175 yards, and he should get there again, especially with Marshall more involved in the offense. 

Running the ball will be the focus here to help Walker settle back in, but he does have some solid weapons to catch the ball.

Getting to 175 yards shouldn’t be too tricky for Walker, who’s shown it when he throws 22 or more passes. 

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After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report,, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.
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